Look your best this Raksha Bandhan with these six trendy tails
No Indian festival is ever complete without a touch of fashion. Even during the pandemic, Indians made sure to enjoy the festivities at their best with matching masks and maintaining social distancing. So why would Raksha Bandhan – who celebrates the bond between siblings, mostly siblings – be any different?
Madame Design Manager Parika Rawal shares some style tips, outfit choices, and a variety of options you can explore to make a fashionable choice to dress for this Raksha Bandhan. Read on.
Skirt associated with a crop top
Skirts always add to the party vibe and are easy to handle when paired with the right kind of tops, blouses or shirts. You can opt for an umbrella-style pleated A-line silhouette or an ankle-length skirt. An upcoming trend is to pair skirts with collared shirts. The shirt can be solid white or any color you like, while you can opt for a heavy skirt. This style, paired with the right kind of accessories and a high ponytail, will make you feel right at home.
Kurta with pants or jeans
If you want to look traditional but still feel comfortable, this is a combination you have to try. It helps to retain the elements of comfort, with modern and elegant vibes. You can complete this look by adding a bindi, bracelets and oxidized jewelry which allows the outfit to stand out while keeping it simple and elegant. Kurtas can be straight cut, V-neck, sleeveless, or three-quarter length sleeves.
Maxi ethnic dresses
A full length maxi dress is more like an urban look designed to look more traditional. It often gives an impression of dress or lehenga which adds its elegance through the fluidity of the fabric and a flared hem. It’s often a minimalist look with subtle patterns that adds a touch of royalty and class when worn with jhumkas, heels, and light makeup. You can also go for ethnic Indo-Western maxi dresses like self-designed sleeve, woven maxi dress with attached lining and ruffled hem. It’s easy to accessorize with a nice choker and matching heels.
If you really want to stand out, choosing an A-line dress is a strong style statement. A solid print A-line dress with features like v-neck, bubble sleeves, flare hem and front slit can make the outfit look very upbeat. You can also experiment with bright colors, which is often a unique choice paired with long earrings and high heels. Another A-line dressing model is a bomber dress which is often available in pastel, earthy and beige tones with a blouse pattern in the upper half of the dress, with a cinch at the waist, a flattering fit below the waist. . This look can be complemented with chunky bracelets, gold heels, and minimal makeup.
You can also consider a large cape over a lehenga and blouse and ditch the regular dupatta. The ethnic look of the jacket can also be combined with your favorite Indian saree by accessorizing it with a belt, a bold sash or a funky look to give it a western touch. The color combination of the jackets paired with another outfit always adds a creative touch to the outfit.
Another way to stand out and stand out is to coordinate your outfit with your brother’s. There are many easily available matchmaking sets that help define the fun and jovial bond between siblings. You can also opt for quirky prints, cotton sets, or a themed outfit, designed specifically to match a sibling’s taste. Pastel tones like mint, pink, gray, peach were preferred by most for Indo-Western outfits and abstract prints. If the weather in your area is humid and hot, you may prefer cotton kurtis with mirroring, long georgette and chiffon dresses.
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